(A)   The Building Inspector may revoke any permit or approval issued under the provisions of this chapter or may stop work for any of the following reasons:
      (1)   Whenever the continuance of any work becomes dangerous to life or property.
      (2)   Whenever there is a violation of any condition on which the issuance of the permit or approval was based.
      (3)   Whenever any false statement or misrepresentation has been made upon the application, drawings, or specifications on which the issuance of the permit or approval was based.
   (B)   The revocation notice of the permit in every instance shall be in writing and shall be served upon the holder of the permit, the owner, his agent, or the person having charge of the work.  Any revocation notice shall also be posted upon the building or structure in question by the Building Inspector.  After the notice is received or posted, it shall be unlawful for any person to proceed with any operation for which the permit was issued.  No part of the fees for the permit shall be returned.  Revocation of a permit shall be subject to appeal to the Board.
   (C)   The Building Inspector may rescind the revocation of the permit, in which case the applicant shall pay a fee equal to the original permit fee, or $25, whichever is less.
('91 Code § 150.040)  (Ord. 2203-1966, passed 2-2-67)  Penalty, see § 150.999